|Serves||4 to 6|
|Total Time||10 minutes|
You can serve this salad as part of a brunch spread, or fold it into yogurt and granola for a simple breakfast. The proportions are flexible; experiment to see how much ginger, for example, you like. Try not to make more than you can eat at one sitting, as this salad doesn’t keep well.
|¼ to ½||tsp. powdered ginger|
|1 to 2||tsp. mild liquid sweetener, such as simple syrup, agave nectar, honey, golden syrup, or light maple syrup (optional)|
|4||cups chopped fresh ripe fruit, such as orange segments, pineapple chunks, sliced kiwi, banana circles, pear slices, fresh or defrosted berries, or whatever’s in season|
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